Posts tagged “Internet”

March 15, 2011

Premium Lock Startup StatSheet adds investor, banker to management team

"Blue Devil Daily" at StatSheet The Durham-based company publishes websites with computer-generated content.

March 15, 2011

Premium Lock Microsoft releases final version of latest browser

Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 works on computers running Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. It's not compatible with Windows XP.

Updated March 14, 2011

Premium Lock AT&T targets 'data hogs' with monthly online traffic caps

AT&T AT&T says it will start charging extra after subscribers go past 150 gigabytes in a month, an amount it says only 2 percent of subscribers reach.

March 8, 2011

Premium Lock ChannelAdvisor names new exec for marketing

ChannelAdvisor Noreen Allen leaves Hosted Solutions to join ChannelAdvisor. The e-commerce software and services provider also promotes a sales executive.

March 7, 2011

Premium Lock MCNC picks CommScope for second phase of network expansion

The North Carolina Research and Education Network is being expanded across the state. CommScope also was selected to provide materials for the first phase.

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March 3, 2011

Premium Lock March Madness online; best in 'clean tech'; Apple apps pay $$$; check out Placekitten; DailyWorth cashes in; Parkinson's preventative?

Bulldog 'March Madness' still free online; Georgia firm cracks WSJ's top 10 'clean tech' firms; Apple pays developers $2B; Placekitten launches - meow; finance site for women raises $850K; Ibuprofen may reduce Parkinson's risk.

March 2, 2011

Premium Lock From friendly rivals to partners - Overture, Hatteras CEOs

Jeff Reedy and Kevin Sheehan, the top executives at the Triangle-based Ethernet technology networking firms, often saw each others in airports and at client locations. Soon they will be part of a bigger company with more products to offer customers worldwide.

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Updated March 1, 2011

Premium Lock Google says software bug led to e-mail outage

Google Google vice president of engineering and site reliability czar, Ben Treynor, said Google is "sorry again for the scare."

Updated February 28, 2011

Premium Lock Google targets 'content farms' by toughening its search formula

Google  The intent is to lower the rankings of sites that Google says are "low quality."

February 28, 2011

Premium Lock In the news: 'The Mary Sue' is here; Plus: Twitter, Groupon, AT&T, Facebook, Microsoft

Bulldog Geek site for women launches; JP Morgan eyes Twitter; Groupon launches in China; AT&T picks mobile shopper alert provider; Facebook, Microsoft tighten privacy protections.

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